“This book is a treasure! Bankart has written a lovely and loving, practical guide for every man who has struggled with the experience and effects of anger. Compassionate and insightful, he offers constructive suggestions for transforming the energy of anger into a new way of engaging life. I recommend it most highly. Read it—and give it to a man you love.”
—Michael J. Mahoney, professor in the Graduate Department of Holistic Counseling at Salve Regina University and author of Human Change Processes
And goodness knows that those kinds of books are oh-so-rare.
Basically it doesn't apply to more than a tiny fraction of my patient population; plus the author's preconceptions are an insult to both Humanity and The Buddha.
One of the best books I have read so far in treating my old, selfish, angry ways.
This book was comforting to me. I'm not sure if it is going to help him, though. Men have a long way to go.Published on February 13, 2013 by Seattle Shopper
I had great hopes for this book but in the end I find it of uncertain utility for the general therapist. Read morePublished on January 7, 2011 by invisible
Here are a couple word-for-word quotes from this book:
"Of course, some angry people don't have any sincere desire to stop being angry. Read more
This book showed up earlier thanexpected and in great condidtion. I am more than satisfied with this purchase.Published on May 12, 2008 by Axel